11. The Subject
In this episode, we have a candid discussion with Matthieu Aikins, a writer who reports on the Middle East and South Asia, about his journey as an imposter and the power and privilege that can arise within relationships when you are pretending to be someone that you are not. We then dig deeper with Clinical Social Worker and therapist Katerina Alexopolous on her journey in managing this dynamic in her work as a therapist and explore what happens when you can bring authenticity into these interactions.
For more information on Matthieu, you can find his work in Harper's, Rolling Stone and the New Yorker. You can also find him on twitter @mattaikins and at www.maikins.com. Katerina is a practicing clinical therapist in downtown Toronto and can be found on Psychology Today.